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W World Kids: What in the World is the Coronavirus? (What in the World Series) by Martina Domino is an educational story about coronavirus; if you wish to teach your child about the disease, this book will be perfect for doing that. Join Jalen and his friends as they educate you about how to deal with coronavirus, from wearing a mask to washing your hands for at least 20 seconds; everything a child will need to know to be fully prepared to stop the spread of the virus still posing a threat to our loved ones. Is your child ready to join the battle?
W World Kids: What in the World is the Coronavirus? is an incredibly important book that all children should read. From start to finish, the book grabs the young reader's attention. The illustrations by Jeta Graphics and Nubu Toon Studios are colorful, vibrant, and professional. And whilst Martina Domino's story aims to teach children about the coronavirus, I also found it to be entertaining. The writing is simple, flawless, and reads nicely, allowing children to easily follow along. Any parent thinking of purchasing this book should do so, as it will prove highly useful to their family, and could potentially save and protect lives. I hope to see more from Domino soon and I would like to wish her all the best.